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Bibi and Biden: Two leaders, similar but different

To get an idea of what moves people to come to demonstrations regularly for many weeks, I talked to several participants of different ages.

A salute to Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks – a light unto his nation

Sacks was possessed of a combination of qualities not often found together in one individual ‒ a towering intellect allied to deep human compassion and understanding.

Women lead better – why?

In leading the fight against COVID-19, it is women who have excelled in seven of 16 countries.

By SHLOMO MAITAL
23/11/2020
Mikhael Mirilashvili: Making an impact from Georgia to Israel

Mirilashvili is a leader in the international Jewish community with a focus on countries in the former Soviet Union.

23/11/2020
An award ceremony celebrating young poets

Awards ceremonies for two poetry contests reach a record audience via Zoom

Biden and Netanyahu: Some advice on how to get things on track

Bad personal relations between leaders are not always the cause of disputes between their countries, but they can play a role.

By JOSEF OLMERT
23/11/2020
Can Biden move Qatar away from Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood?

Qatar’s association with Iran is complicated.

Joe Biden and the Jews

Will the new US administration be a catalyst for Zionism?

23/11/2020
Naftali Bennett comes of age

The man once dismissed as Netanyahu’s imitation has morphed into his most potent threat

Fania’s extraordinary Holocaust story

At 100, Dunetz Brodsky still considers herself a partisan

By BETTY BRODSKY COHEN
23/11/2020
A tunnel of hope in the Holocaust

Fania Dunetz Brodsky and the most successful escape of the Shoah

By LEAH ABRAMOWITZ
23/11/2020
Dying for football

There is very little to compare to the exhilaration the true fan feels in a packed stadium when the teams come down the tunnel onto the pitch to the strains of the home team’s signature tune.

By JANE BIRAN
23/11/2020
My challenging road to becoming an entrepreneur

This community has made me feel like a magician, some kind of superhero with special powers to help and encourage people.

By OREL SHITRIT
23/11/2020
Letter to an American friend

For the first time in history, Jews have the privilege of being born into a world where the Jewish state is a matter of fact have a moral obligation.

By ILAN CHAIM
23/11/2020
Biden’s policy undermines prospects for Saudi-Israeli normalization

If Biden wishes to further the historic process that began with Trump, he might want to consider retaining a little more continuity with current US policies in the region.

By RAPHAEL BENLEVI
23/11/2020
Israeli border policewmen chat with local residents at the entrance to Bnei Brak as Israel enforces
'Lockdown' - the word of the year

Language is a reflection of the world around us and 2020 has been dominated by the global pandemic.

23/11/2020
Jewish-Christian relations in 2020

while Jews may read and respect the New Testament, the New Testament does not have a monopoly on compassion.

By JACOB SIVAK
11/11/2020
Julie Gray’s surprising love story

Julie Gray’s book on Holocaust survivor Gidon Lev is a true adventure

By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
11/11/2020
A moving collection of essays on the Tree of Life terror attack

Two years after the attack, 23 members of the community explore different facets of the attack and the aftermath.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
11/11/2020
Hospice and palliative care in Israel – the British connection

Institutions dedicated to providing loving care for terminally ill patients have long existed, but the modern hospice movement was the brainchild of a remarkable woman, Cicely Saunders.

Saturn, the jewel of the solar system

Israeli researchers, working with NASA, recently discovered some startling findings about the planet

How it really was: Obsessed or betrayed?

From my love of Hebrew and the language of the Bible and of our prayer book, I created in my mind a Jewishness and Judaism that synthesized and embraced the humanistic ideals.

Avi & Ljuba: A love story

How two people found each other in Israel after traveling long, winding paths in life.

By SHLOMO MAITAL
11/11/2020
Deni Avdija, Israel’s new NBA star

At only 19 years old, he is about to leave his homeland and fly to the United States, where he is scheduled to participate in the NBA draft for the upcoming season.

By RUBENS ZADEL
10/11/2020
Inheritance, teacher of the way

Part one: A new friendship in Jerusalem

By MICHAEL ZIMMERMAN
10/11/2020
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